Top 5 Surfing Locations
There are many factors to consider when seeking out the perfect surf spot. The quality of wind, swell, tide, scenery and more all have a pivotal role to play when it comes to determining the calibre of surfing locations. Read on to find out more about the world’s top five surfing locations for surf, accommodation and hospitality.
1.The Mentawai Islands, Indonesia
These islands are located just off the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia. The biggest swells occur between June and September, and you can reach the islands via ferry or charter. The best-known waves in Mentawai include Lance’s Left and Lance’s Right and Bankvaults. Beginners are perhaps best catered-for by Gilligan’s.
2.Tofino, Vancouver Island, Canada
Tofino is widely agreed to be one of the very best surf spots in the world. It is a suitable match for surfers of all experience levels and is surrounded by a picturesque rainforest. It is known as Canada’s primary surf zone.
3.White Beach, Okinawa, Japan
White Beach has the region’s only sandbars and is particularly suited to those who wish to develop their skills, including novices. The beach becomes particularly busy and vibrant during the weekend, and there are many high-quality accommodation options to choose from in the local area.
4.Watergate Bay, Cornwall, England
Watergate Bay is one of the most picturesque and charming surf sports in the south-west of England and offers waves that can reach three metres. It is normally less crowded than nearby Fistral Bay and is located in an area noted for its exceptional eateries, which offer menus built around succulent locally-caught produce.
5.Joe’s Point, Sur, Oman
Located in the Middle East, Oman is home to an epic stretch of coast that faces both the Indian Ocean and the desert, offering epic breaks that will surely appeal to the vast majority of suffers. Joe’s Poing is an ideal match for new and highly-experienced surfers, and it’s possible to embark on 40-second rides here. The temperature rarely reaches uncomfortable levels, with the water nearly always remaining cool enough for surfing and swimming.